Judges Linda Gibbs MPAGB AV-AFIAP & Edgar Gibbs FRPS MPAGB AV-AFIAP

 

There were 33 entries from eight different WCPF clubs, competing for the best ’Long’ sequence (over four minutes), the best ’Short’ sequence (less than four minutes) and the best ’Photo Harmony’ sequence. Additionally, the judges could make an award for the most innovative entry, and the audience could vote for their favourite. A full report on the event is available on the Publicity page.

 

RESULTS

 

The President’s Salver for the Best ‘Long’ Sequence

1st A Question of Parliament – Peter Rose (Portishead Camera Club)

2nd A Special Place – Sue Winkworth (Kingswood Photographic Society)

3rd Theresienstadt – Sheila Haycox (Exmouth Photo Group)

Highly Commended The John Constable Story – John Long (Kingswood Camera Club)

Commended A Walk Through History – Peter Budd (Crediton Camera Club)

Commended A Mother‘s Lament – Judith Sulley (WAVES)

Commended The Tudor Gallery – Alan Boothman (Newton Abbott Photographic Society)

 

The Coote Challenge Cup for the Best ‘Short’ Sequence

1st Loch Ewe – Sheila Haycox (Exmouth Photo Group)

2nd A Modern Tale of Loss and Remembrance – Alex Hamer (Paignton Photographic Society)

3rd Ploughing Match – David Castle (WAVES)

Highly Commended St Matthew"s Glass Church – Jenny Baker (Exmouth Photo Group)

Highly Commended Barbara – John Long (Kingswood Photographic Society)

 

The Photo Harmony Trophy

1st Winter Light – Ian Bateman (Exmouth Photo Group)

2nd Blue Harmony – David Castle (WAVES)

3rd Green – Christine Chittock (Exmouth Photo Group)

Highly Commended Once Upon a Time – Sue Winkworth (Kingswood Photographic Society)

Commended  Tommy – Derrick Holliday (Exmouth Photo Group)
 

 

The Innovation Award

Going Underground– Ian Bateman (Exmouth Photo Group)

 

The M.A.D. Trophy for the winner of the Audience Vote

1st Going Underground – Ian Bateman (Exmouth Photo Group)

2nd A Question of Parliament – Peter Rose (Portishead Camera Club)

3rd A Special Place – Sue Winkworth (Kingswood Photographic Society)

 

 

  

 
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